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    HITACHI SEIKI MICON 8MAINTENANCE MANUALjPL;j**= I\> 4figli-i:M-.;11 i„mtL«ir1 5TirMORISEIKITHE MACHINE TOOL COMPANYJune. 2000-1st Edition

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    CONTENTS1.MICON 8 TYPE-1- ( CODE-XX ).1- 12.Specification2-13.Construction3-14.Software4-14-1.Control Program4-14.1.1Interpreter4.1.2 Timer Control4.1.3 Key BoardControl4.1.4A, BPhaseControl4.1.5 D/A Converter Control.4.1.6 MachineFunction4-14-24-24-24-24-24-34-2.Sequence ProgramInstructions4- 3~...

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    1 -1 •1.MICON 8TYPE-II- ( SQM8-XX )2.Specification2-13-13.Construction4-14.Software5-15.Hardware5-1~ 5- 25-1.Signal5-35-2.CPUBoard5-45-3.Architecture5-45.3.1 General5.3.2Memory5.3.3Input5- 5~ 5- 65- 7~ 5- 86-16.Main Board Replacement Procedure ( SQM8-xx )APPENDEXA1 -11. A- B Phase ControlA1- 1A...

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    MICON -8-MANUALMODEL- I-TYPE (CODE-xx )

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    1.MICON8MICON8isdesigned asthe sequence controller forthemachinetools, especiallyN/C Turning center and Machining center, byHITACHISEIKI's Micro computerengineering.§§CPU isZ-80 Microprocessor.§Thediagnostic functionsthrough key board and display are in¬creased toassurequick and easy maintena...

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    2.SpecificationZilog Z-80 Microprocessor8 bitsCPUCPUWord size158Instructions64kAddressable memories2.5MHz(Crystal 5MHz)Clock+5VVoltage requiredSequencerType of programInstructionsInputFlow chart181288 Mfunction16 Sfunction8 T function12 Bfunction2 pairs of pulse-countinputs512(including 96 relay ...

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    3.Construction+5V+5V+12V BatteryPCIPC2PC3j-|Analog outputSpindleU+/- 10Vdrive unitCPUBoardPT.CODA- 0*CN8CN12Bus(Optional)ULJnn!! _D/0 port_y(Optional)CN14Ex.CN11PrinterCN10CN13CN3CN2CN1IDdlIdKB3OutputDisplayKB 2ID-MachineN/CKeyboardOutputRelayBoardID{IIId!----7.njj%:+5Vtit iUVinL ___b*rPC4CN9Inpu...

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    4.SoftwareAmachine iscontrolled by 2 (two) programs,named Controlprogram and sequence program, which arestored in the memoryofMICON8.The programming language of thecontrol program is the assemblerofZ-80 Microprocessor.The programming language ofthesequence program, which isinterpreted toassembler...

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    4.1.2TimerControlTimercontrol programmakes time unit (100 msec) bycounting 50 msec twice, startscounting on the timerwhichis specifiedby "STT" instruction ofsequence program.Aftercoincidence ismade between timecounting and timesetup amountstored through key board and display, timercondi...

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    4.2Sequence ProgramInstructions4.2. 1List of InstructionsNo.InstructionsDescriptionRemarks1BRUTo jump tothe address specifiedin the sequence program2CALLTocall the subroutine ofthesequence program3CLAToclear the indication of eachoutputsignal4GOTOTo jump tothe fixed addressspecified in the contro...

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    InstructionsNo.DescriptionRemarks12SNIToskip the nextcommand upon con¬firmingthat the contentof thepresent command isidentical(yes)withthat of the input signal.Toskip the nextcommand upon con¬firming that the contentofthepresent command is notidentical(no) with that oftheinput signal.13SNIN14SN...

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    4.2.2Flow ChartSequence-Program is expressed by Flow-Chart.Flowchart isexplained below.Detail ofRefer tothe KEYBOARD AND DISPLAY OPERATION, fordetailsregarding how to-identify both the input and outputsignals.1)DecisionWith reference to the figureatthe left, if the answer totheinquiry overthe sig...

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    DecisionYNInput contactcloseopenM, T, BnumbernotsamesameOutputoffonTimercounting finishcountingDiagnostic display1, 0 forTimer0, 1 forTimer2)ProcessThis block is used tospecifyvariouscommands tobe executed forsetting and resetting an outputandeach timer, aswell asforclearance,program return, etc....

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    With the indication clearcommand executed, no outputisWhen the program return command isinput toexecu¬tion, the subroutine comes tothe end with ashift made tothe main program.available.ProcessSROutputoffonTimercount startresetDiagnostic display103)SubroutineThis symbol standsfor asub¬routinewhi...

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    4.2.3Example of Symbolii)Referring tothefigure left,LS15 is asymbol of a certain signal.N orN025 stands for aninput and025 for input number "25".U025 comeswith an output of outputnumber"25"."Tool HeadClamp" in the upperspace within the ()the contentoftheLS15 controls...

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    4.2.4Example of aFlow ChartExample 1Firstly, when thesignalON/OFFdata with LSI is 0 (no), the dataflow occursin thedirection toward© where resetting (0) iseffectedfor airblow (with thesignalON/OFFdatabeing 0) withthe result of noair blowing.’NDoor closeLSI, N001YNext, when thesignalON/OFFdataw...

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    Example 2Ifthere is aflow chartsymbol such asis givenbelow, it signifies "TIDX" subroutine(mostly, the symbol of subroutine is givennearthe end of theflow chart).Whenthis subroutine isexecuted, ashiftis made tothe main program.ICall TIDXSubroutineÿTIDXJcTReturn*4-10

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    5.Hardware5.1SignalInput signal 1Describedby NxxxSignal from outsideN001-N128 orN256Limit switchPush buttonRelay contactN/Cetc.Input signal2Described byMxx, Txx— and BxxxSignal fromN/CM function2 digitsT function2 digitsBfunction .3 digitsSignal— B.C.D.(Binary Coded Decimal)M, T function— 1...

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    TimerThere are 16 timersDescribed by TRxxSetting time25.5 min.25. 5 sec. or 0.10.1Analog output±10V forspindle speed commandDigital (12 bits binary) toanalog converter*5-2

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    5.2CPU BoardHCN14CN8PI- P7P-ROMsocketP1,P2 and P7Control(System) programP3 - P6Sequence programPIo2P2uP3oP4CPUP5ici IP6OI I z1uP 7z°U§CH2- GNDBridge toinhibit interruptionCH2I IOLJiWRSWSwitch on towrite parameterCMSWrnOxl OxlC\ a oonw PL,OX -IsOHOg2QJSwitch on tobe RAM sequencerPCI- PC3Powersou...

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    5.3Architecture5.3.1General2.5MHzCLOCK5MHzCPU6Memory1r i~rn.nIiiiyiF-7-TC-2k~fiQM-(ÿ6Tc2kR0Mr~iÿfeROM)3TJ14*fcx-ik RAM2&£IITOutputI (D/Aconverter)3XICOaCOCO2C3£fl-T3Q<InputS\ *HIKey &display5-4

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    5. 3.2MemoryABO- AB10AO-AB11ABO3/8Decoder0 3A15AB15AB12AB13AB14.15(enable)7MDBO- MDB72k ROMOOOOf 0Control07FF70800OFFFControlr-1000PQQSequence17FFiopaa1800Sequence1FFFi--Q2000Sequenceo27FFa2800Sequence2FFF4000Controlo47FF(4FFF)2k ROMor 4k ROMjanS3Q3iPQ<5-5

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    MemoryMDBO- 3ABO- 15lk RAM4 bits0r 0MDBO-MDB3ABO - AB9<>330009JI33FFlk RAM4 bits0 'i(0MDB4-MDB 7ABO- AB9IU9Jo Timer table etc.lk RAM4 bits03400f 0IMDBO-MDB 3I37FF'ABO- AB9-IIC39Jo Output, timerdummy etc.Three RAMs arebacked up by thebattery.5-6

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    5.3.3Input+24V+5VPhoto- couplerIL1o o-o-[Dataselecter7/7"IL2DBOIDBOlto databus!II IL8OVABO- 24/16 DecoderIL9AB3ii128 Inputs(Basic)M 8 bitsS16 bitsT 8 bitsB12 bitsPA1 1bitsPB1 1 bitPA2 1bitPB2 1 bit128 Inputs(Option)iAB6IL16ABO- 2ftPHCOC COcoo roCflIU|CvJcuP3 OH O O KjOP-.CO HHco—< oo—...

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    )uInputN097- N12 8etc.vsInputN001- N048InputN049- N096M,S,T,B inputCN4hHCN5CN6CN7o'Oc/rr/ACOopiLnI00ToCN8onPT.CODA xxCPUboardo2;v£)PC4Lj+5V:<

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    *£332N09NiliiN071N072N047N048N02 3N024333N 12N0931333N117N118N093N094N069N070N045N046N021N0223)33)33)3I33Rll (S 34)R12 (S 38)B34 '(S44) «(S48) ' /N115N116N091N092N043N044N067 ‘N068 «N019N020J33]c33B383J3333(S31)(S32)m]:N089N090R09iNilmN041N04233N017 cN018 cN3NilRIO3N333333R07(S24)R08(S2 8)T2...

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    INPUT CIRCUITVoltage check5 VifaTLP504TOSHIBAResistorarray10 kInputdeviceD1-D1 78WS'H>18R1-R1 78iH1;COr—OToDataselectors/MultiplexersLS2511«•—oCapacitors'VvPhotocoupler0V+24VGNDVoltage (V)Checkpoint1-26-5a-OVb-OV(+)-(-)4-37-8(+)-(-)(+)-(-)Inp-ut ONContactclose0.9V-1.4V0V0VtInputdeviceIn...

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    InputdeviceConnection ChartConnectorCN4Connector CN6Connector CN5Connector CN7ResistorDiodeNo.ResistorDiodeNo.ResistorDiodeNo.ResistorDiodeNo.PinNo.InputInputInputInputNo.No.No.No.N00 1NO9 7197N04949129M1 1198N0022NO 5050M121302NO9 8N0033UUNO51M14511313N099N0044100N0525281324N 1 00N0051015NO53M2 ...

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    5.3.4OutputABO- AB154/16 DecoderAB3-0..0 iAB6OSCÿ- OSC11I3-iiCSOP1CSOP2CL"X)OSC12- 0SC151DBOOCSOP1 : 3400- 347FCSOP2 :3480- 34FFOCSjS8 bit addressablelatchOLlRR0O cz=!OU001U0021O0L2 O a±ABOIliAB2IIl70L8>20CS1AOSC155-12

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    OutputAddressable latchOLnRynABO- AB2OCSnOOllOlOOOxxxxxxx3400- 34 7F00 1 10 100 lxxxxxxxAB3 - AB63480- 34FFAB 15 |14 1 13 |12|11|10] 98I 7Ao10oTo001143AB 7r~--1AB 1514 1312 11 10I10001113uAB9AB8AB10(7AB1514 1312 110001RAMCS613/8 DecoderAB14,AB11-AB15AB135-13

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    i(U097-U128)Output(32 pcs)option(U001-U032)Output(32 pcs)(U033-U064)Output(32 pcs)(U065-U096)Output(32 pcs)To Key boardDisplay boardfrrrliJ\nCN2CN1CN3CN13CN10A-Clnn-p-2>i—*Lnr>inAnalogoutputTo CN-9onPT.IN-xxInput boardcototoSpindlemotord riveunitPC3PC2PCIJLLL110V. +5V. Battery. +12V. +5V:

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    200416]i5iir4ipifn mfiop11L«GNDD£23C2cc12c33ccc£(cC]3r1 3r*r*cr<ctr* acr* Pcr"£3Dr* 3C33t-t-PCcC3(cr-r<cC/3C/3C/000COCOCOCOCOooCOCOc3c31>ccc23£IISc3£32IS:3roroN)K3N3K>MN)N)N)N3to81:749ÿ.88it.87 75>86 76‘&41c&0S *16ÿ33333I33396OnOnOnOnOnOnOn6450t36351c36252r36...

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    IULN2004OUTPUTRELAYS(P.C.B.)TI5VWTiM't1H>o2tj>H74LS259u-t>ooDATA/ADDRESScHBUS'VcTE-C»o baHohH73-f>°512oConnectiontj>hcI—1HI:referpage5-15“t>°6<L/7o-t>°I7t10,irtW0QO'fS898ozr8-BitAddressableLatchesDarlingtonTransistorArraysnVVVV7T12V12VGNDGNDVoltage(V)12V- b(+)-(-)G...

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    SOLID STATE RELAY(S.S.R. )Blockdiagram1.PhotocouplerTriacTSignaiInputInputcircuitTriggercircuitZero-s/oltageturn oneircuitLoadMIOutputISnubbercircuit2.Zero-voltage turnoncircuitS.S.R. turnson atZero-voltage of power sourceandturnsoff atZero-load current.Effect :a.Lowclick noise when S.S.R. turnso...

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    Type ofSolid StateRelayToshibaTSS1G44S- 1 2: Max. 1 A.Load currentMark(4) (3)(2)(1)1JOutput(oHo)(( o)3(+)4(-) ] Input2G3C-202P 1Omron2 A.Load current: Max.MarkTTUIWO)(2)(1)*Output5®®@ @3( +)4(-) ] Input5 - 18

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    Solid StateRelayVoltage checkMETERINPUTSIGNAL---1 rOV1L1IllILOADAC100 VS.S.R.IPower source+12ViOFF-STATE LEAKAGEDisplay onMeasuringequipmentDigital MeterCheck MeterWITHINPUT0V0VSIGNALLOADOFF(S.S.R.OFF)WITHOUTAC100VOVLOAD* NoteINPUTWITHAC100VAC100VLOADSIGNALON(S.S.R.WITHOUTAC100 VAC 100VON)LOAD1* ...

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    Type of Reed RelayMatsushita1NT 1-DC12V4•53213%5<5 12 OMatsushitaDS2E-M-DC1 2V-R2G2V-2Omron,I( +)•ri-_oi.1o-r13451oo0o‘sIA*oooo6"°T' ~826278(-)5-20

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    OUTPUTRELAY BOARDRELAY CONNECTION CHARTP.C.B NamePt.***Name of connectorfromMICON8G2VNT1-AG3CTSS1-01CN2CN3CN 1 3CN 1D 11D 122U0651U001U033U09712D2D22212U002U066U034U0981D334D34333U003U067U035U099S D44D44344U0043U036U068U100D55D56565U069U1015U005U037D66D656566U006U038U070U102D77D78U0077877U103U039...

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    tPhoto coupler+ 15V7404 x 281 ISAÿJ7CAL5049t>ÿ715“CR27R283{>*366B€=ÿ5ÿ,H12SA-*AD/A5 VGND|1618LS175 1°fOR29Converter89SA-15V1>N5oÿaL50472241> Y—CMSB<—oo86B63232itLCDATA/ADDRESSrtIOSAÿA+15VlAi322«=>7580V4*121osoR30R31>tnVco817SArT520BUS78Co< i3-VR2CD*2t>ÿ...

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    DiagramScodeN/CD/A converterD/A converterMachineSpindle driveunitcontrollerMICON8Signal fromN/C toD/A convertercontrollera.Address/DataMode3390*2 *3.1.1.3902.*1.SignalbitAddressData2°R013901101R02II221*322R03II4223R04II8324R05163901425R06tl325*226ItR0764627IfR08128728R09256390209IIR10*'2-5121*12...

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    rROutputin decimal numberoutSpindle speed command (S4 digit)"’commandSMax.spindle speed of each gear rangemaxrWhen all 12bits are on, thedisplay ofaddress3901 and3902areshown below.f1Address/DataModef331.901. FF.I3902. 0F.Signal fromD/A convertercontroller toD/A converterandAnalog outputb....

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    5.3.5Key &Display8/3 Encoder0o .o0278DAO- 4F 'DECINPDO- D7DBO- 7DatabusC>CPUL<HDIOO- 764 bitRead-Write MemoryDIOO-DAO- DA4D>*'>SDI04— DIDO'Display3— DID4— DID 75-25

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    6.Keyboard and Display Operation6.1Keys and Their UsesThe Keyboard has the following 20 keys.smamHEErarasHEiiiciiciiti][Sc] [DEC] [SF] [CLA]Thekeys from 0 toF aredata and address settingkeys.The CLAkey is for modeclearance.-The INCkey is toe-fect an increaseby 1 toboth inputand outputnumbers, tim...

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    6.2Display PatternDisplay patternof the LEDindication unit.©0JD(13)01£E (14)3Q2(L3033F (15)3 .0O40C5ss336©o70080Q900A (10)0 0QB (11)0C (12)c6-2

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    6.3How toIdentify Alarm Indication" Battery alarmFor abatteryalarm,display flickers.In casethe display shown in theabove figure flickers whenthe power source isturnedon, it signifies that the servicelifeof the battery has run out.Sobe sure toreplace thebattery .within15 minutesafterturning o...

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    * Machine status29.F.xXXXX5 signals will bechecked."1" :Signal is ON.:Signal isOFF."0"Contents ofdisplay depends onthe model ofmachine.First press the CLAkey.Next, designate machine statusindicating mode number29 bypressing the2, 9, and INPkeys.6.4How toIdentify Individual Sig...

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    Successively to the above, if you wanttomake surewhetheror notthe input signal of inputnumber 002 is on, press the INCkey tofollow.Via these steps,input number 002 isdisplayed together withtheinputsignalON/OFF data.The DECkey is applied toeffect adecreaseby 1 from inputnumber.If it is necessary t...

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    Successively tothe above, if you wanttomake sure whether ornotthe output signal of output number 002 is onoroff, pressthe INCkey.Inthis way, output number 002 isdisplayed, simultaneously with"1" or"0".To identify if the output signal ofsome output number smallerby 1 thanthat o...

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    * S function4.2ModenumberS-codedataFirst press the CLAkey.Next, designate mode number 24 forS-function confirmationby pressing the2,4, and INPkeys.In this way, thenumber ofthe Scode, which isread presently,isdisplayed within thedata area.Input from the NCunit is given withbinary 12 bits.Forexampl...

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    * B function26.ModenumberB-codedataPressthe CLAkey.Next tothe above, designate mode number 26 for B-functionconfirmationby pressingthe2,6, and INP keys.Thus, the Bcode, which isread presently, isdisplayed withinthe data areaspecified above.270 isdisplayed.If the B code involved isB270,In casether...

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    "0" represents that the timerinvolved is off with the settimeelapsed."1" denotes that the timer is operating.* How to setthe timers4.0.00.101AJ LModeTimernumbernumberTimedataTurn on the WRSWswitch onthe CPUprinted circuit board inadvance. (Errordisplay : 10.E E E E E E )First ...

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    Todesignate 1 minute, forexample, press the A,0, 1, 0,and INP keys.To designate 12 seconds, press the0, 1,2, 0, and INP keys.When the INC or DECkey is pressed with mode number10designated, anincreaseby 1 oradecrease by 1 iseffectedfromthe previously designated timer number.When time setting isove...

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    When the INC orDECkey ispressed withmode number 11 kepteffective, anincrease by 1 or adecrease by 1 is effected fromthe formerly designated timer number.Withthis step, you canidentify the time set onthe timerwith timer number 06 or 04.6-11

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    * Datawrite30.30430.d.LJ LJ LModenumberAddressnumberDatawriteThis functionis used forwriting parameter into RAM (RandomAccessMemory) area."WRSW" switch should be turned on towrite parameter, otherwisethe errordisplay (30. EEEEEE.) is shown.Datashould be stored carefully according topara...

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    MICON8Operation sheet6.51234567890~- ~n nOIO 1 OABCDEFP b Ld b r/bDISPLAYi!— O)CLAMode clearanceIncreaseaddress/datano.Decreaseaddress/datano.Inputmode no. &address/data no.START...Start command ofthesetdata ondisplay87 654321CLA FED./7 ,'-7,? o o789CINC/o n465Bmodeaddress/data2341DEC0INCSD...

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    7. For Micon8Type-1- (PT.CODE-11) Main Boardreplacement procedure.All Micon-8- 1 typeboard willbe replaced by PT.Code-11.Please exchangethe P-ROMfrom originalboard tonew board.Please besure to turnedoff power beforeyouremove the P-ROMfrom oldboard.Makesure toinsert P-ROM tonew boardas picture sho...

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    Explanation ofshort BarIEDO\\\\\©E3\\: ©ÿ'9(3©ÿr)/[4diIltem(1)ROMsize selectionBoardsetting willbeshippedas 2716 and2532.If incase size of ROMare other than above need tobe re-setshort bar.ltem(2)RAMselectionDo not changethissettingpin.Ifincase setting is changed,this boardwill notbeworked p...

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    MICON -8-MANUALMODEL- II- TYPE (SQM8-xx )

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    1.MICON 8MICON 8is designed asthe sequence controller for themachinetools,especiallyN/C Turning center and Machining center, byHITACHISEIKI's Micro computerengineering.5i.0CPU isZ-80 Microprocessor.Thediagnostic functions through key board and display are in¬creased to assure'quick and easy main...

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    2.SpecificationZilog Z-80 Microprocessor8 bitsCPUCPI'Word size158Instructions64kAddressable memories4 MHz (Crystal 16 MHz)ClockVoltagerequired+5VFlow chartSequencerType ofprogramInstructionsInput17128(256)8 M function16 Sfunction8 Tfunction12 Bfunction2 pairs of pulse-countinputs128/256 Relays)76...

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    3.Construction+5V+5V+12V BatteryPCIPC2PC3gAnalog outputSpindleU+/- 10VdriveunitCPUBoardPT.SQM8-02CN8CN12Bus(Optional)ULJnnn!L_[J(Optional)CN14-tnEx.CN11PrinterCN10CN13CN3CN2CN1ID-{]!IHKB3OutputDisplayKB 2MachineN/CI PT.DP-01KeyboardOutputRelayBoardID-flIDIfrtil+5V{PC4Ctf9Input BoardPT.DIB-01MICON...

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    4.SoftwareA machine iscontrolled by 2 (two) programs, named Controlprogram and sequenceprogram,which arestored in the memory ofMICON8.•.The programminglanguage of thecontrol program is theassemblerof Z-80 Microprocessor.The programminglanguage of thesequence program, which isinterpreted toassem...

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    5.Hardware5. 1SignalInput signal 1N001-N128 orN256Describedby NxxxSignal fromoutsideLimit switchPush buttonRelay contactN/Cetc.Inputsignal2Described by Mxx, Txx— and BxxxSignal fromN/CM function2 digitsT function2 digitsBfunction3 digitsSignal— B.C.D.(Binary Coded Decimal)M, Tfunction— 1,2,...

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    TimerThere are 64 timersDescribed by TRxxSetting time0.1— 25.6 sec. or 0.125.6 min.Analog outputilOV for spindlespeed commandDigital (12 bitsbinary) toanalog converter*152

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    5.2CPUBoardHtt'iCN8CN14PI- P4P-ROM socketP1,P2Control (System) programP3 ,P4Sequence programoP1zuP2uCPUPHP3£P4I I mOI I 21uCH2- GNDBridge toinhibitinterruptionCH2OL.J1WRSWSwitch on towrite parameterCMSWroC-JO 2 2SoJJY HSwitch on tobe RAMsequenceruPCI- PC3Powersource connectorT02SOJWrJLED1CNCJON/...

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    5.3Architecture5.3.1General4 MHzCPUCLOCK11 6MHzMemoryy_iT~\l4 x8k P-ROM(2764)jil1 x2k RAM(5517)-e-OUTPUTD/A Converter+iLatchc/5apODriveriC/53C/5C/50)3RelayT3ITOCOi<QFHTo6 oiINPUT--Buffer-Data selecteriPhoto-couplerIJ5Key andDisplayiI5-4

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    5.3.2MemoryABOAB6//AB5AB 1 2AB13AB14 AB15*.3-8Decoder8 k ROM0000-5*-/1FFFoXXmX4000xXX/Xx5FFFXXXvO6000xx/xXX7FFFOlroi—CQXXXXXI8000COCMoCQ/ns9FFFVtoHCQaoCQQr-.Qoa5-5

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    RAM4AB0-AB52 k RAM3000AB6-AB12/MDB0-MDB737FF.30xx-37xxr+5VT30xx-33xx34xx-37xx17frXoXCOCO COX< < <miXXXOJ*cotnCOCOco<<<5-6

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    5.3.3InputA+24V+5VDataselector- IDBODB0-DB7IL1245251(+i*ÿ;i1—O Q—6—| \IL8IPhoto-coupLersiiiiTTU4-16 DecoderIAB3/AB6N001-N128OoIDB0-IDB7NT29-N256f+5VPhoto-couplers |"|I258I(?(IlIIou258(tM,S,T,B Functijon*i1\Yiov5- 7

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    JJ-JJ-InputN097- N12 8etc.InputN001N048InputN049- NO96M,S,T,B input<CN4CN5CN6CN7aCrtDOOa.LnIoo—\ To CN 8onPT. SQM8-02CPU boardnv£>PC4Lf+5V

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    6.ForMicon8 Type-ll- (SQM8-11) Main Boardreplacement procedure.All Micon-8- typeII board will bereplaced by SQM8-11.Pleaseexchange theP-ROM from original board to newboard.Please besure toturned off power before you remove theP-ROMfrom old board.Insert P-ROM tonew board.Besure torecheck the leg o...

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    APPENDIX*T

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    APPENDIX 1A-B PHASECONTROL1. IntroductionTurretheadindexing and A.T.C.magazineindexing are controlledby A-B PHASECONTROL program with acouple ofproximityswitches.Referringtothefigure below, these twoproximity switches aremounted with acertain distance each other on movementof detectableobject.A A...

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    Details of memory data2.2.1Movedirection ofdetectableobject andcondition ofproximityswitchAddress30ADandAddress 30AEThe address30ADis for A.T.C. onthemachining center orforturrethead ontheturning center, and theaddress 30AE is fortable onthemachining center.ModeAddressData030AD3*2*1or0•_21AE «...

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    2.2Capacity ofring counterAddress30B6 and30B7;A.T.C., Turrethead;Table(Display only.)Address30B8 and30B9These datashow thenumber of toolsand the numberof faces onturrethead.Data aredescribed byhexadecimal number.ModeAddressData33006.Bor307*4B1308.B*5309.*6BNE-H or NFwith 12 faces turretheadExamp1...

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    In Che case of Chetable, Che datais setautomatically bythe angleofminimum increment.* 5° index table360° makes72with division by5°, then 72 makes 00(as data *6)and48 (as data *5) inhexadecimal number.* 1° index table360° makes01 (as data *6) and 68(as data *5)inhexadecimalnumber.Presentposit...

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    Example 2. MN-II5° index tableWhen thetableis at300°, 300° makes60withdivision by 5°,then 60 makes 00 asdata *10 and3C asdata*9in hexadecimalnumber.2.4A-Bphase errordisplayModeAddressData3030A0F*11or1-Data*110NoerrorAbnormalphase rotation of PA1 and PB1A.T.C.,Initial seterrorof PA1 and PB1 at...

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    3.Diagnostic function of A-BphaseModeAddressData33905.*12X.Norelation withA-B phaseThe ON-OFF stateofproximity switch canbe checkedby 31modeand address3905instead of21 mode as normaldiagnostic function.Data*12PB2PA2PB1PA10OFFOFFOFFOFF1OFFOFFOFFON2OFFOFF 'ONOFF3OFFOFFONON4OFFONOFFOFF5OFFONOFF 'ON6...

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    4.Proximity switch4.1Outputcircuit diagram+V ( red )+24Vwo «TOutputI(white) J1LoadProximityswitchmaincircuitrÿWvo <-X-V(black)—o -*ovPRESENTDetectableobjectABSENTLoad(Between redand white wire)OPERATES 'RELEASESONOperationindicaterOFFMaximum load currentI ;200mA*Note4.2Maintenance andinspe...

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    * Theproximity switch does notoperateHas the ratedApply the ratedsupply voltage.NOsupply voltagebeenapplied?YES1Is there anylooseconnection orConnect theproximityswitch properly.YESbrokenwire?NODoesthe loadvoltage exceedtheoperatingvoltage?NOIncreasethe supplyvoltage.YESIs theloadfaulty orimprope...

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    * Theproximity switch does notreleaseIs theambientKeep theambienttemperature atless than85°C.NOtemperaturebelow85°C?YESitIs theproximityswitch sufficientlydistantfrom thesurrounding metal?Provide adequatespace between theproximity switch andthesurrounding metal.NOYESArethe twojuxtaposedproximit...

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    APPENDIX 2Memory Data and ParameterA2- 1

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    NE-H, NE1TimerTimer No.TimeDescriptionData10min.Lubrication pause01A100010010 sec.Lubrication020.2 sec.0002Gearshift03Counter set0400050.5 sec.00010. 1 sec.0500010.1 sec.06000107o, 1sec.00010.1 sec.08Lubrication oil level detection09012012 sec.Quil retractconfirmation2.5 sec.0025101 100010. 1 sec...

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    N't-U, NF2Mode28 and 29In/Output |2i 8.1 A.| *kkkkDescriptionNo.| DC12V fail* U406U405DC24V failN/C fuse alarmU409* U404AC100Vfail28. B.** ** *| N/C notready* U408Spindle alarm* U413T* U4 10Xaxis shearpin alarm,*U411Zaxis shear pin alarmU414Thermal alarm28. C.* * * * k[ Fan alarm* U415* U412Brush...

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    NE-H., NF3*In- orOutputselection of each class on28 and29 modeDescriptionAddressData3830B029.F. classInput3530B128. A.classOutput3530B228.B. classOutput3530B328. C.classOutput3530B428.D. classOutput3530B528.E. classOutputNE-H, NF3A2- 4

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    NE-H, NF4*Number ofclass on28 modeDescript ionAddressData05from A class toEclass3060ofdisplay on28 and 29 modeDescriptionAddressData30617029.F.0 bit. N 1 1 3 Program stopMOO30627329.F.1bit. N116 Optional stopM0 130637129.F. 2bit. N1 1 4 End of programM0230647229.F. 3bit. N 115 End of tapeM30-3065...

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    NE- IL, NF5Parameter*Latch-OutputDescriptionAddressData3040U00908Chuckclose304109U010Chuck open3042FF3043FF-3044FF3045FF3046FF3047FF3048FFU302Quil advancein act2D3049304AFF304BFF304CFF304DFF304EFF304FFFNE-H ,A2- 6

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    NE-E, NF6* Others!AddressDescript ionData30A9**Turret face numberin hexadecinormal number** is 01 atface01, ** is OA atface 10.30AA00iDirection of turretrotation andcondition ofproximity switch.30AD0130AF00Errordisplay of phase rotation on turretheadData shows noerror.•!Number ofdetectableobjec...

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    MG1TimerTimer No.TimeDescriptionData20min.A200Lubrication pausetime01020250Lubrication time25 sec.00020.2 sec.Spindle starttime030400606 sec.Gearchange05Shifter return00202 sec.0600606 sec.Spindleorientation0700010. 1 sec.Sequencer check08Finger open for smalldia. tool00030.3 sec.09.Active time00...

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    MC2Mode 28 and29In/Output j28.1A.l **kkkDescr ipcionNo.* NO20Sub motoroverload| Breakertrip*N007* N009Float switchin lub. tank*NO 3 3N/C alarmN006Spindle alarm28. B.** ** *| Spindle rotation alarm*U 195iTool broken alarm* U 193* U 190Cycle time over* U 1 60Lub. pressure low*U 1 53Index alarm2| 8....

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    MG3*In- or Output selection ofeach class on28 and29 modeDescript ionAddressData3830B029.F. class Input3830B 128. A.class Input3430B228.B. class Output3428. C. class Output30B33430B428.D. class Output3428.E. class Output30B5MG3A210

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    MG4* Numberof class on28 modeDescript ionAddressData306005from Aclass to0class*Detail ofdisplay on 28 and29 modeDescript ionAddressData3061(MOO)2529.F.0 bit,N038Program stop306229.F.1bit. N028Optional stop(M0 1 )IB306326End of program (M02)29.F. 2bit, NO3 93064(M30)29.F.3 bit. NO2 9End of tape1C3...

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    MG5Parameter*Latch-OutputDescriptionAddressDataB9U186 Large potkeep3040U187 Pothorizontal keepBA304117U024 Pothorizontal3042U047 Tool unclamp2E3043FF30442FU048 Armshift3045C7U200 VDESaftyregulation3046A5U166 Table zeropint3047FF3048FF3049FF304AFF304BFF304CFF304DFF304EFF •304FyMG5A2- 12

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    MG6* OthersAddressDataDescription30AB**Tableposition data==**is 0012 at90° on5°index table.30AC30AE14Direction oftablerotation andcondition ofproximity switch.3OAF00Errordisplay of phaserotation ontable.Data00 shows no error.30B8360° ontable.==**is 0048 on5°index table.==**is 0168 on1° index...

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    MG7Maintenance mode* MFunctionSetM. No.DescriptionRese t00U001U002Tableright turn01U002U001Table left turn0203040506070809101 112131415U0 15U0 16Spindlepin in16U0 16Spindlepin outU015171819Table stopperpin inU0 1 9U0232021U02 1U022Tableunclamp22U022 •U02 1Tableclamp23Table stopperpin resetU023 ...

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    MG8DescriptionSe tResetM. No.U033,04 10024,040,18 7Pot up towaiting position33U03434U035Finger open35D035U034Finger close36U036U037Armforward37U037U036Armbackward3839401)040,033U041 ,024,187PotdownU040,024U033 .18741Potwait downU04 142Magazine pin in1)042U04543Magazine pin outU04 3U04244Magaziner...

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    MG9Tool number memoryToolnumberTool numberOptionOptionAddressStandardStandardAddress30FDFF30D00130FE30D 1FFFF1230D230FFFF30D33100FFFF30D43101FFFF30D53102FFFF30D613023103310430D7FFFF310530D8FFFF143106‘30D9FF3107FF30DAFF15310830DB03310930DCFFFF163 10A30DDFF'310BFF30DEFF17310C0430DF3 1 0DFF30E0FF1...

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    MN1TimerTimer No.TimeDescriptionData20min.01A200Lubrication stop020250Lubrication start25 sec.25min.Lubrication time03A250040030Orientation3 sec.0.5 min.05A005Cycle time over15 sec.Operation060015Oilmist0700202 sec.ATCtiming00050.5 sec.08Palletleft orright enddwell0010091 sec.Pallet unclamp timin...

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    MN2Mode 28 and 29In/Outpu1128.1 A.I * * * **DescriptionNo.I Tool unpresenceU4601*,*U46 1ATCA,B phase alarmTable faultU475*28. B. * * k-kkMachine alarm*U136U 152Tool 'broken*Magazine position faultU 1 62Lubrication fault* U 163i£28. C. * * * * *I Spindle noready to start* U137Cycle time over*U1 5...

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    MN3*In- orOutput selection of eachclass on28 and29 modeDescriptionAddressData3830B029.F. class Input3528. A.class Output30B 13428.B. class Output30B23428.C. class Output30B33428.D. class Output30B43428.E. class Output30B5MN3A2- 1 9

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    MN4*Number ofclass on 28 modeDescriptionAddressData05from Aclass toE class3060*Detail ofdisplay on28 and 29 modeDescriptionAddressData30617C29.F.0bit. N 1 25MF306229.F.1bit. N 1 26SF7D306329.F. 2bit. N 1 27TF7E306A7F29.F. 3bit. N 1 28BF'306529.F. Abit.FF3066CB28. A. 0bit. U460Tool unpresence30672...

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    MN5Parameter*Latch-OutputDescript ionAddressDataU004Gearhigh03304004U0053041Gearlow09U010ATCtoolgrip3042ATCinitial position0AU01 13043ATCinitial position auxiliary81U130304482U131Toolgrip auxuliary3045Arm90° acting83U 1323046Arm90° actconfirm84U 1333047FF3048FF3049FF304AFF304 BFF304CFF304DFF304...

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    MN6* OthersDescriptionAddressData30A9Magazine potnumber atA.T.C.position.** is 01 at pot no.01, ** is 12 atpot no.30AA0018.30AB**Tableposition data.==**is 0012 at90° index table.30AC30ADDirection ofmagazine rotation andcondition ofproximity switch.Direction of tablerotation andcondition ofproxim...

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    MN7Maintenance mode* MFunctionM. No.SetDescriptionReset00010203040506U006U007Tool clampU00707U006Tool unclamp0809U010, 13210U01 1ArmtoolgripU0 11,0 15,132 U0 10,014Arminitial position1 1U0 1 2U0 1312ArmforwardU013U0 1213Arm retractU0 14Arm180° turnU0 1 5141516U01 7U0 1817TableclampU0 1818U0 17Ta...

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    MN8DescriptionResetSetM. No.66676869707172737475767778798081828384858687U019,020Table rotation reset88U029Stopppr pin outreset8990919293949596979899MN8A2 - 2 4

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    VA1TimerTimer No.TimeDescriptionDataSpindle reverse timing00010. 1 sec.01Gearshift starttiming00101sec.0200505 sec.Shifter starttiming03001004Gearshift recycle timing1 sec.05Torquelimiter releasetiming00030.3 sec.0600050.5 sec.Armdown acttiming07Arm up acttiming00050.5 sec.08ATCcommand errortimin...

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    VAZMode 28 and 29In/Output |8. A.*2kkk-kDescriptionNo.I Motoroverload* NO 1 2N/C fusealarm* N02 1Lubrication alarm* N025N/C alarm* N034Spindle drive unit alarmNO9828. B. *kkkkSpindle alarm* U 1 38-Spindl-e command error* U225* U226ATCcommand error* U227Battery alarmi1*28. C. * *kkkkkk1128.D.** | ...

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    VA4*Number ofclass on28 modeAddressDescriptionData306002from Aclass toBclass*Detail ofdisplay on28 and29 modeDescriptionAddressData306129.F.0bit. N028MOOin act(Program stop)IB306229.F.1bit. N0291CM0 1in act(Optional stop)306329.F. 2bit. N030M02in act(End ofprogram)ID306429.F. 3bit. N03 1M30 in ac...

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    VA3*In- orOutputselection of each class on28 and29 modeDescriptionAddressData283830B0.F. classInput38Input30B 128 .A.class3428. B. classOutput30B20030B328.C. class0030B428.D. class0030B528.E. classhVA3A2- 2 7

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    VA5Parameter*Latch-OutputDescriptionAddressDataU 177Confirmation of armorigin positionBO3040U178Confirmation of armgrip positionB 13041FF30423043FFFF‘3044FF3045FF3046FF3047FF3048FF3049FF304AFF304BFF304CFF304DFF304EFF304FVA52 9A2

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    VA6* OthersDescript ionAddressData30A9**Magazine potnumber atwaiting positionin hexadecinormal** is 01 atpot no.01, ** is 12 atpot no. 1 8.30AA00Direction ofmagazine rotation andcondition ofproximity switch.30AD01Errordisplay of phase rotation onmagazine.Data00 shows no error.30AF0030B6Number of ...

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    VA7Maintenance mode*Mode FFD. No.SetDescriptionResetD00 1D002D003D004U005U006High gear,shift actD005U006U005Lowgearshift actD006U007Tool unclampD007U007D008ToolclampD009DO10D0 11U01 1U0 12Arm down actD0 12U0 1 2U01 1Arm up actD013D0 14Arm 70° turnactU0 14U0 15D015Arm 70° return actU0 15U0 14D01...

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    (from POMEdition 455D)VA2aMode28 and29In/Output2 |8.! A.1 * 1 * j * * *DescriptionNo.* N012Motor overloadN/C fuse alarm* N021Lubrication alarm* N025N/C alarm* N034Spindle drive unit alarmN09828. B.* * * **j Spindle alarm*U 138U225Spindle command error* U226ATCcommand error* U227Battery alarmt*28....

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    (from POMEdition 455D)VA3a*In- orOutputselection of each class on28 and29 modeDescriptionAddressData3829.F. classInput30B03828. A. classInput30B 13428. B. classOutput30B23428. C.classOutput30B30030B428.D. class0028.E. class30B5, **•VVA3aA2- 3 3

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    (from POMEdition 4550)VA4aof class on 28 modeDescriptionAddressData033060from A class toCclass*Detail ofdisplay on 28 and 29 modeDescriptionAddressData3061MOOin act(Program stop)29.F.0bit. N028IB306229.F.1bit. N029M01in act(Optional stop)1C306329.F. 2bit-. N030M02in act(End ofprogram)1D3064M30 in...

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    APPENDIX3EXAMPLE OF TROUBLE SHOOTING(How toreadtheelec.drawing and flow-chart)(How tousethe key board of MICON 8)Trouble;Lubrication does notwork onthe4NE-I1.( Sshows aquestion, * shows an answer.)(Use’ the elec,drawing No.1567-044 or -045)Troubleshooting$Is the motorrunning ?a.Thelubrication m...

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    $IsMS-3(Magnet ic contactor)on?c.ReferFig. 1.===To item d.* Off.* On.Checkthe contactorsofMS-3 orwiring tothe motor.$Is U002 (LUB) on ?d.Find theFig. 2 atthe page9, there is thecoil ofMS-3.MS-3(9-07)rPage 9Row 7SOFTSQ. OUTPUTMICON82LubricatingpumpLUBPRE1 1'( MSitk 3(U002)(11-06)Fig. 2U002is off.k...

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    Checkthe relay "PRE"(page II), wire no.5 andwire no.II.The outputrelayboard forU002 should be checked.The page which U002is setor resetin the flow-chart (soft-ware)is mentioned onthe outputlist in the last parts of elec.drawing.e.STOSNO orSNONpageRTOpagepage???U002LubricationpumpLUBF20F...

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    r?£* U289 is on.!Display on the key boardis asfollows.Address/Data}Mode22.289.\iU289ONflNPlUNV'Toitem f.====5>-t-* U289is off.rDisplay onthekey boardis asfollows.Address/DataMode22.289.0.U289OFFWhenU289is off, the sequence-flow follows N(no) directionandwill pass theline A340, thenU002will be...

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    When N04 1 ( Input No. 41)is off, the sequence-flow proceeds totheline A160 in order to resetU289. Thedisplay onthe keyboardis as follows.Address/DataMode21.040.\ N04 1OFFEHBINFind Fig. 6 onthehard-waredrawing.(Page 14)0 VDC24PRES4 1StandbyIIRDYMih(11-06)(N04 1 )Fig. 6Checkthe relay"PRE"...

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    r* U039 is on.Display onthe key boardis asfollows.Address/DataiMode;22. 039‘.U039ON?WhenU039is on, the sequence-flow followsY(yes) direction,andwill passthe line A340, the U002will be resetafter resett-;ing TR-1 and TR-2.Inthis case, LUB. ALARM on theoperator's panel turnsPlease refer tothe pag...

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    thehydraulic pumpdo notrun.FOin theflow-chart.Please refer toFig. 9 andthe pageHydraulic pumpYHYP,U00 1NINStandby<-PREM,N001YV''sRHYP,U00 1HYP,U00 1Fig. 9TR-2 inFig. 8is setto10 sec. tomakeoffthe lubricatingafter its time-up(Y direction).$IsTR-1 on?There are twotimers in Fig. 8, Thesequence-fl...

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    ( .Display onChekey board is asfollows.Address/DataModel27. 01.1.rCountingI27. 01.0.ResetconditionTR-1rtWhen TR-1is counting or resetcondition, thesequence-flowfollows N(no) direction and passes RESETU002.r1f-Thetimer setup amountshould bechecked, when time-upis notfcompleted for along time. TR-1...

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    V.Tien thespindle is notrotating and TR-1is on, theflow follows line A310 tosetU002.sequence-Inspite ofspindlerotating, U002 is setwith no"Tool postclamp" (Tool post unclamp).cDisplay ofthekey board are asfollows.Address/DataMode22.291.U002 on1.====£>2290.2.1.U002 on====>046.0.21...

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    MICON -8-READER’S COMMENT FORMPlease usethis form toidentify anymanual errors, requestchanges oradditionaltechnical questions.Errors in (typographical,illustration, etc.)list page number anderror:If you findany inaccurate or misleading informationin this manual, pleasetell usaboutit.Send your c...

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